Radio Station Information

WDUB 91.1 FM

City of License:
Granville, OH


Denison University

WDUB is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Granville, OH. The station airs variety programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews


One of the most popular and best singer songwriters in London, England is Charlotte Campbell. She absolutely loves Ohio and will be visiting friends there on 12th & 13th November and from 21st o 25th November. In between she's going to sing in Nashville. Maybe you'd play her music or even chat to her? In England she's been on the BBC many times, played at the huge Glastonbury Festival, wrote the song for London Undergrounds all night service and even had a large feature about her in the U.S. Washington Post. She has written a song, 'Back to Ohio' about her love for the state which will go on her next album. I enclose a link to that but keep in mind it hasn't been studio recorded yet and I also add a link to 'Songbird' which is from her album, 'Making Waves.' Thanks.
By: Alan O'Kelly on November 5, 2016

Play the intro from the album Whitebelt by the poet Andrew Wallace please.
By: Andrew Wallace on May 21, 2018

I was wondering if you guys do new music days or artist days. I just finished a song from my upcoming EP and just wanted it to be heard.
By: Dexter Howell on August 31, 2018

Hi I have been a New Kids on the Block fan for 30 years. I've tried to see them twice and missed both shows because I fainted and got sick. That's how big of fan I am lol. I am currently in Stage 4 and had a stroke 2weeks ago. I know New Kids on the Block are coming to Columbus and this may just be the last chance I get to see them. Just wondering if anyone could PLEASE help me. PLEASE. May GOD BLESS you
By: Leslie Adkins on June 9, 2019

8920 Oak Village Boulevard 26th. July 2019 Lewis Center OH 43035 Dear sirs, Re. radio announcer/commercial voice Please observe the courtesy of responding to confirm you have received this. I am writing to see if there are opportunities for the above on your station. I am English, I have been here in Ohio for 20 years and have retained my English ‘accent’. Not a week goes by without someone comments on my ‘lovely accent’ and questions where I’m from. Some comment that they could listen to me all day or that I should do adverts, so attractive is my speaking voice. It’s not super refined (as per the Queen) but mellifluous and easy on the ear. I can also emulate a range of genuine accents – Australian, Irish, Scots etc. I listen to the radio a lot and sometimes cringe at the way many words are pronounced – ie. senna instead of center(centre), uge instead of huge, and I’m sure listeners would benefit from hearing spoken English to aid pronounciation. If you’re interested in a quality voice then please contact me directly, possibly by phone. I’m available to work part time/full time and any shift. Yours sincerely, David A Rogers Cell # 339-354-7435
By: David Anthony ROGERS on July 26, 2019

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